At the moment, when one might feel overdosed of all the variations and copies and iterations of (especially) Chinese romantic comedies, here comes “Didi’s Dream”, takes it all, shakes it, adds own sparkle and serves a story, well, two stories, that might not rank over the height of Taipei 101 but still keeps a good distance from marshmallowy brain-blocking romcoms.
A little teaser for what East and South-East Asian to expect at 11th Slovak Queer Film Festival, taking place in Bratislava through October 25-29, 2017.
At the 22nd L'Étrange festival in Paris (7-18 September, 2016), I got the chance to interview Adam Tsuei, who came to the festival not as the producer of You Are the Apple of My Eye, Café. Waiting. Love. or Tiny Times and Tiny Times 2.0, but as first-time director of The Tenants Downstairs.